Take SAT II Biology E
if you feel more comfortable answering questions pertaining to biological communities, populations and energy flow.
Take SAT II Biology M
if you feel more comfortable answering questions pertaining to biochemistry, cellular structure and processes, such as respiration and photosynthesis.
The SAT II Chemistry Subject Test
assesses your understanding of general chemistry at the college-preparatory level.
The SAT II Physics Subject Test
measures your ability to recall and understand the major concepts of physics, and your ability to apply physical principles to solve specific problems. The test also addresses your understanding of simple algebraic, trigonometric and graphical relationships, as well as the concepts of ratio and proportion, and how to apply all of these topics to physics problems. Finally, the Physics Subject Test assesses your familiarity with the metric system of units.